Children’s Chewable Pro-Bio Gold™ Chocolate Wafers (Currently on Backorder with Manufacturer)
We suggest choosing UPS or Priority Mail for the shipping of your Probiotics.
It is NOT uncommon during shipping for the ice pack to melt and the product to be warm upon receipt.
Tests show that warm temperatures can result in as little of 5% loss in potency.
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A High-strength Probiotic Chewable Wafer – Chocolate Flavored. Gluten and casein free. Ultra Tested®.
Kirkman’s most popular probiotic, Pro-Bio GoldTM, is also now offered in a tasty, chocolate chewable wafer with the same six certified strains of organisms present in our signature Pro-Bio GoldTM product. Normally, chewable probiotic formulations are weak, low dosage products because of the fragility of the organisms; however, Kirkman® has developed an optimal formulation that is produced under special cold, dehumidified conditions so that the product maintains full potency when compressed into a tablet. Kirkman’s Pro-BioTMChewable Wafers offer a comprehensive replacement of six well recognized, researched and documented probiotic strains to support gastrointestinal (GI) system health.
This probiotic supplement contains a combination of the most important “resident” as well as “transient” microorganisms that contribute to maintaining and promoting a healthy GI tract. There are numerous factors that contribute to friendly bacteria (such as Lactobacillus, Bifidobacterium and thermophilus) being destroyed or depleted, which include:
excessive stressful conditions;
improper diet or inadequate nutrition;
Pro-BioTM Chewable Wafers utilize six probiotic strains that have undergone DNA fingerprinting to support their identity and have also demonstrated long-term stability. More than 65 scientific studies and published articles have been written in support of the strains, documenting the ability of these strains to:
• possess a high tolerance to survive stomach acids and bile salts;
• support the body’s natural defenses and the intestinal tract’s immunological barrier;
• help alleviate occasional diarrhea and constipation;
• address lactose issues;
• adhere to and colonize the GI mucosal membrane;
• assist with regulating intestinal mobility and normal bowel function;
• possibly help create an inhibitory effect on free radical activity in the colon.
overgrowth of yeasts, bacteria, etc.; abnormal permeability of the intestine; exposure to numerous medications.